The water of the river gives us life. OnuiabASnZx jwAsZ oalI ohurePZh ofusciaxhai
Tydotsuy is a conlang used in the country Tydotsu (a.k.a. Dhidox). Water is important to this country.
This: Otidaxsui should look like this: , not this: Otidaxsui.
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|Pronounce this||Like this|
|b, d, f, l, m, n, s, sh, w||Like in English|
|þ (or c)||like th in math|
|h||like in hen, even at the ends of words|
|j||y in yes (like Johann)|
|lh||sort of like an unvoiced L|
|p, t||like English p and t in spin and stun (sort of a combination between p/t and b/d)|
|ph, th||like English p and t in pin and tin|
|r||like Spanish single r, or like the dd in ladder|
|'||glo'al stop (glottal stop)|
|a, e, i, u||father bet ski haiku|
|o||like the vowel in caught, if you pronounce it differently than cot; otherwise sort of a combination between the vowels in boat and bought|
|y||like German ü; try pronouncing i and u at the same time|
|ai||like in Hawaii (like the pronoun I)|
|ei||like in weight|
|ea, ie||like ear in non-rhotic dialects (both are pronounced the same)|
|oy||like in boy, but with your lips rounded throughout the sound|
|uy||u followed by y... sounds sort of like oy|
|uo, yu||like uy backwards (both are pronounced the same)|
|·||syllable break (a·i is two syllables, whereas ai is one syllable pronounced as above)|
Stress is usually on the second-to-last syllable. Doubled letters are pronounced for a longer amount of time than single letters.
For more precise information on how stuff is pronounced, see the phonology section.